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[Ebook] Home Truths By Tina Seskis – Submitalink.info A Strong Marriage Can Cope With The Unexpected But Can It Survive The Unimaginable American Nanny Eleanor Was Never Meant To Meet Alex But When She Walks Into His London Police Station To Report A Stalker, Everything Changes For Them Both He S Convinced He Can Protect Her From Anything And Anyone She Hopes Her Darkest Days Are Behind HerAs They Settle Into Their Life Together, Two Hundred Miles Away Another Young Couple Faces An Uncertain Future Christie Knows Paul Is A Decent Man, But She Can T Shake A Clairvoyant S Warning Never Trust Your Husband When A Work Trip Tests Their Bond, Will She Overcome Her Fears For The Sake Of Her Family Ten Years Later, Both Couples Are Still Together, For Better Or Worse But As Doubts And Resentments Begin Bubbling Steadily To The Surface, All Four Of Them Start To Question The Choices They Ve MadeAt Least The Secrets They All Brought Into Their Marriages Are Still Well HiddenFor Now This book needs antidepressants I DNF ed at 56% when I found myself looking at the amount of time left to read multiple times and groaning My level of affection for the characters dropped theI read I stopped before I started cheering for the demise of fictional characters to put them out of their collective misery The narrative is slow moving, painfully so at times, and feels cast in a stereotypically British gloomy, overcast drizzle at all times Even indoors.The characters lead their This book needs antidepressants I DNF ed at 56% when I found myself looking at the amount of time left to read multiple times and groaning My level of affection for the characters dropped theI read I stopped before I started cheering for the demise of fictional characters to put them out of their collective misery The narrative is slow moving, painfully so at times, and feels cast in a stereotypically British gloomy, overcast drizzle at all times Even indoors.The characters lead their separate lives, two families going through the mundane celebrations and tragedies of everyday life More tragedies, to be clear To the point that I read, depression, frustration, and angst seem to be the primary emotions shown, with a splash of anger and a light, almost imperceptible sprinkling of happiness Other reviewers mention plot twists and surprises I couldn t be bothered to read enough to get there The writing is oftendrawn out than it needs to be An example Why nothing could ever stand still in time, just when it was all so wonderfulAnd that was what destroyed her now, realising that that was just the way life was, and would always be That things never ever stay the same, not even when you have it all, there in your hand it s always destined to change Get better Get worse But never remain Never stay perfect After all, timeless perfection was what paintings were for A page kindle screen turner.So much so I read it in a few hoursThere is a feeling of delicious menace and what is behind all the characters stories in all these sub plots all the way through and an uneasy yet exciting taut feeling that you are getting nearer and nearer to the truthWhats great in this book is that you don t actually get anywhere near the truth until the last few pages when everything makes sense, the wonderful 1 sentence that pieces the 300 or so previous pages together A page kindle screen turner.So much so I read it in a few hoursThere is a feeling of delicious menace and what is behind all the characters stories in all these sub plots all the way through and an uneasy yet exciting taut feeling that you are getting nearer and nearer to the truthWhats great in this book is that you don t actually get anywhere near the truth until the last few pages when everything makes sense, the wonderful 1 sentence that pieces the 300 or so previous pages together and you think SO THATS IT I am not giving anything away about this psychological thriller except to say it is brilliantly done, clever, tense and yet you dont know why its so tense or what it is leading up to you just know it is and know all is going to be revealedEasy and pleasurable to read, a wonderful diverse cast of characters and a story that will leave you unsettled yet thrilled and wish you had thought of such a good tale And I loved that Bounds Green where I once lived many moons ago was mentioned Brilliant 10 105 Stars With the flare of other wonderful British authors, Tina Seskis puts pen to paper and creates a rather dark, extremely detailed tale of love, marriage and life as two couples form bonds that no man should put asunder HOME TRUTHS is a telling tale of how couples change, how the blush of new romance grows deeper in many ways even as the ties that bind them can become restrictive Eleanor and Alex are strangers to Christie and Paul, but each of them will keep secrets, tell lies, and display all of With the flare of other wonderful British authors, Tina Seskis puts pen to paper and creates a rather dark, extremely detailed tale of love, marriage and life as two couples form bonds that no man should put asunder HOME TRUTHS is a telling tale of how couples change, how the blush of new romance grows deeper in many ways even as the ties that bind them can become restrictive Eleanor and Alex are strangers to Christie and Paul, but each of them will keep secrets, tell lies, and display all of the human failings and flaws, as well as insecurities faced by all Woven within the fabric of this tale is the unknown, what will happen to each couple Will they survive the struggles of marriage Or will a master deceiver play them like puppets in the game of life Prepare yourself to ping pong back and forth on your feelings regarding these characters as we witness mistakes made and compounded, as well as the resulting gaping wounds Just when you think you know the outcome, Tina Seskis pulls a magnificent twist that will leave you reeling I received a complimentary ARC edition from Lake Union Publishing This is my honest and voluntary review.Publisher Lake Union Publishing December 1, 2019 Publication Date December 1, 2019Genre Contemporary British FictionPrint Length 324 pagesAvailable from For Reviews, Giveaways, Fabulous Book News, follow You know with a book by Tina Seskis that she will pull together a disparate group of seemingly unrelated characters into a believable plot Eleanor was a particularly attractive character so few English writers can create convincing and sympathetic Americans Loved the way as the story of her living in England develops she loses her Americanisms Shoes go from sneakersto trainers and asshole to arsehole Amusing when the villain is exposed and says It s not what you think though we miss the You know with a book by Tina Seskis that she will pull together a disparate group of seemingly unrelated characters into a believable plot Eleanor was a particularly attractive character so few English writers can create convincing and sympathetic Americans Loved the way as the story of her living in England develops she loses her Americanisms Shoes go from sneakersto trainers and asshole to arsehole Amusing when the villain is exposed and says It s not what you think though we miss the snappy reply, So, what is it then My only complaints are that it is indeed a slow burner and there are too many minor characters that are unnecessary to the plot

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